Tides spotlight: Karl Blau

For the next month, as we work hard to raise the $12,000 necessary to produce and manufacture our original album of 10 different Washington based musicians, I’ll be highlighting everyone involved with their own feature keep going you know you want to →

LAKE ~ circular doorway

Not long after LAKE finished recording their upcoming release for K-Records, The World Is Real, founding member Lindsay Schief departed from the band. It was a tough moment for LAKE who’d recorded six albums together, keep going you know you want to →

lovers without borders 7”

When I lived in Los Angeles I adopted a dog from an organization that rescued dogs from kill shelters, called Dogs Without Borders.  Everything about the group was pure intentioned and genuinely sweet, they used keep going you know you want to →

interview with LAKE

I attacked this profile from every  angle, I symbolized, I mythologized, I literalized and still I could not boil the essence of what LAKE is or what LAKE means to me, down to something simple keep going you know you want to →

episode 3.5 karl blau

In this special bonus episode 3.5 karl blau, I continue my conversation with musician Karl Blau.  We visit the Anacortes record store The Business, talk local bands, and the cassette tape revolution.   Podcast: Play in keep going you know you want to →

episode 3 karl blau

In episode 3. karl blau, I interview musician/producer Karl Blau. Karl has played with and produced albums for LAKE, Earth, Laura Veirs, D +, etc. he is also the creator of the periodic album club KLAPS. Karl’s keep going you know you want to →

interview with karl blau

If you spend any meaningful amount of time looking into indie music from the Pacific Northwest, one name that will pop out at you over and over is Karl Blau.  He’s performed with and produced keep going you know you want to →